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Mechanical Regulation

Mechanical Regulation

On one hand, the electronic regulation is an element that optimizes the engine operation, in order to make it more efficient, as it automatically manages its speed, when there aren’t more demanding loads. On the other hand, the mechanical regulation always puts the engine at the same stage.

Mechanical Regulation

Most diesel engines, mainly those with lower power, are normally mechanically regulated, as the engine speed/rotation adjustment is done mechanically in the injection pump regulation. However, when working with more demanding loads, the electronic regulation (ECU) is the best solution, since the speed adjustment is done electronically and results in a reduction in the engine’s response time when happen speed variations.

Electronic Regulation

Regulação electrónica

Electronic regulation

The use of electronic management is mandatory whenever:

  • There is synchronism between generators
  • There is synchronism between generator and system grid
  • There is start-up with heavy load, such as electric motors.

Most of generators sold by HANNAIK are equipped with electronic management of the engine control. However, if this does not happen, there is always the possibility of adding this extra, according to the customer/project needs.

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